EXPANDED AND ENHANCED version as of July 1, 2017.
Something mysterious is happening. The giant colony Ship Eschaton is in the midst of its generations long journey to another solar system. But in Habitat One: Coastal Plains, two strange bodies have been found. There are rumors of a lurking visitor. Is anyone safe?
The artificial intelligence systems still are not functioning as expected. Now more then ever, the AIs are needed. The people born on the ship, as well as the refugees from Dome 17 are struggling to survive, and to learn more about the huge colony ship and its various habitats. But what do these mysteries mean?
Jamie, Michael and their friends set out in an attempt to unravel these mysteries, but what they encounter is not what they expect. Who will make it back alive?
Book 5 in the Colony Ship Eschaton series.
America isn't ready for this assassin...
To those with the highest CIA security clearance, it's known only as a project SYBIL, a black ops assassination program so dark that the U.S. President doesn't even know about it... yet.
And no assassin is as skilled as SYBIL who, via Multiple Personality Disorder (DID), can become someone else at will, changing voice, gestures, mannerism, right handed to left handed, and even thoughts entirely. Yet all these unique personalities thrown together in an otherwise life of constant insanity are in near total agreement on who must die and why.
And meet Troy Greenbrier, a former CIA assassin himself, who stumbles across the trail of a suspected terrorist entering the US. The President has ordered an embargo of Iran and that country is expected to respond. Troy is soon convinced SYBIL is a "false flag" foreign political assassin plotting a nationwide attack and blaming it on another country afterwards to start an international war. Yet he does not ...
This action adventure sequel to the book, Flight, finds Grampa and Grandson, on the move again, a part of the CIA's, new identity, program. With new names - Harry and Gary - they find themselves in another tourist town, the tiny, Arkansas, village of Blue Shadow where they are the proprietors of a shop that sells music boxes. They immediately find themselves in the midst of an international ring of 'hit men' and secret codes sent in the tunes on the music boxes. Gary works to figure out how the tiny gadgets work.
They also find themselves engaged in a mystery involving the 150-year-old skeleton of a Union Army soldier and a secret stash of gold and currency hidden decades before by the Confederacy. Gary meets other young teens and finds himself interested in a very sweet girl. Two chapters contain a story - civil war historical fiction - written by Gary, about two boys during the civil war - one white and free from Illinois and one black, a slave from southern Arkansas. It traces ...